Question about Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner
Posted by Anonymous on
Most likely... Your part number (look it up)
RUUD 47-25349-?? (LIKE: 02, 03, 07... etc).
(typically: $10 -$20 range... easy job)
A bit slow getting this answer out on the table...
BUT for the "over-temp" condition...
Forget the wall THERMOSTAT.
There's usually a switch to option the "DEPTH" of
your heating cycle
(Look up Owners GUIDE for your SPECIFIC MODEL).
The "cool down"... (if there is one) would more
likely be you heaters OWN (fan) THERMOSTAT...
It SHOULD not be getting that much RESIDUAL heat
(possible plenum failure... but hopefully just the switch).
Here you have to ask yourself...
Is IT TIME to get your heater
Pacific Gas & Electric used to do that for FREE...
(but in this new, improved UTILITY climate
we enjoy today... I doubt they''ll do more than TAKE OUT
a few blocks in SAN BRUNO for FREE anymore...
(you might want to check...
(Same DEDIATED workers w/ really poor Management)).
(My opinion: FAT CAT, CRONY, bought & well-paid
EVIL/corrupt Government "oversight" (CPUC)).
There SHOULD also be a HIGH TEMP
fuel shut off "SAFETY" thermostats..
All these should only be handled with skill & knowledge...
as GAS APPLIANCES can be quite dangerous in the
I am just saying...!!
I'm here daily... Comment me back if unclear.
Carnac the Magnificent Y
Posted on May 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the thermostat is not functioning correctly. Has it been changed recently? I think the green wire is connected directly with red somewhere, maybe touching within the wiring in the wall. Also make sure the thermostat is set to auto not on. Sorry if you knew that but you would be surprised how many people don't.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
Make sure filters are clean . if they are stopped up the unit will over heat. Lets start there. Russ
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
Testimonial: "James, YOU DA MAN!! I would have never guessed the filters could cause these symptoms. Recent carpet cleaning may have added to filter clogs."
There is a limit switch that is likely opening. Be sure your filters are clean and all registers and grilles are open and not obstructed. If the problem continues, you may have a dirty indoor coil or undersized duct work. Some models have a window where you can observe the LED lights. If when the furnace shuts down you see any blinking, you need to count the flashes and we can figure out what the problem is from there.
Posted on May 22, 2010
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